Re: Popular Culture Deals with the Online/Print Documentation Que stion

Subject: Re: Popular Culture Deals with the Online/Print Documentation Que stion
From: Toni Williams TPG/SG <towilliams -at- PROCYONGROUP -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 09:02:28 -0800

Reminds me of when my previous company made changes to the e-mail program
then e-mailed everyone instructions for opening it which could not be read
because we couldn't open our e-mail.

Toni Williams
towilliams -at- procyongroup -dot- com

> -----Original Message-----
> From: HICKEY, John David [SMTP:jdhickey -at- GROUPE-PROGESTIC -dot- COM]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 1999 8:07 AM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Re: Popular Culture Deals with the Online/Print
> Documentation Que stion
>
> >That cartoon's not so far from the truth. A few years ago, Xerox Corp.
> >(my employer at the time) was using microfiche to distribute its copier
> [...]
> >whole story. It was quite a "Catch 22" situation, though: if you
> >didn't know how to use a fiche viewer, you couldn't read the manual; if
> >you got so you could read the manual, you didn't need it. That viewer
>
<snip>
> Of course, the licensing
> agreement said something along the lines of: "By opening this package,
> you agree to the terms described herein." You could never see the
> licensing agreement without opening the package and by then, it was too
> late. <g>
<snip>


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